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Clinical Cases in Dysfluency

Clinical Cases in Speech and Language Disorders, Kurt Eggers, Margaret Leahy, 1032015381, 1032015373, 978-1032015385, 978-1032015378, 9781032015385, 9781032015378, B0B72HQY5F

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English | 2023 | PDF | 3 MB | 143 Pages

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  Clinical Cases in Dysfluency is an imperative work that introduces dysfluency in clinical and cultural contexts while encouraging reflection on clinical decision-making involving the assessment and management of clients. With inputs from eminent clinical researchers across the world, this text brings together diverse voices and expertise to provide readers with innovative ideas for their own practice.  The book assists in refining clinical problem solving and valuing exchanges between clients and clinicians. Featuring real-life case studies covering stuttering and cluttering in children and adults, it showcases the importance of evidence-based practice and practitioner reflection, demonstrating a range of approaches to address problems experienced with dysfluency, and their management. The authors go on to discuss issues of stereotyping, resilience, and therapeutic commonalities in general, and in multicultural contexts, whilst also introducing the discipline of Dysfluency Studies, where stuttering is considered positively in its complexity and not as a disorder. These concepts are effectively further illustrated through accompanying online resources including videos, and weblinks.  This is an indispensable resource for students and clinicians in the domains of Fluency, Speech and Language Pathology and Communication Disorders, and will be valuable reading to anyone interested in communication disorders, dysfluencies, and application of theory to practice in these disciplines